the obama message has been in ohio? >> i don't think it's about the message. there's a bigger trend,en improving economy and that's showing through in statistics. you have the surface gain going on debates, ads, all of the rest of it. but the real driving force, i think both parties can agree, all along has been economic sentiment as economic sentiment improves the president's numbers do, he cracked 50% approving rating in ohio, that ties into his numbers. i don't think there's any question that polls have tightened, but eight years ago almost to the day, people, democrats, were saying exactly the same thing, you've just said after the first john kerry debate. numbers changed, everything was different. eight years ago to the day, the gallup poll had john kerry and president bush tied, exactly the same numbers, on registered voters, john kerry was one up among likely voters. the numbers are almost the same. you know what? you don't call the timing of the election. democrats might have wanted to two weeks ago, republicans want it now. let's wait and see.